May 26, 2020

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San Francisco’s New Fully Paid Parental Leave Ordinance Goes Into Effect January 1, 2017 [VIDEO]

San Francisco's Paid Parental Leave for Bonding with New Child Ordinance takes effect January 1, 2017. The ordinance mandates that employees are provided with six weeks of fully paid parental leave for the purpose of bonding with a new child. The ordinance will be rolled out on a gradual basis based on the size of the employer beginning with employers with 50 or more employees – regardless of whether the employer employs all 50 employees within the City of San Francisco.

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Baldwin J. Lee, Employment Litigator at Allen Matkins law Firm

Baldwin Lee heads the Employment Practice Group in Northern California. He litigates wage/hour class actions, discrimination claims, and theft of trade secret matters. He also regularly advises clients regarding anti-harassment training, national audits, response to government investigations, and compliance with employment laws. Baldwin's clients range from several of the world's largest technology companies to start-ups. Baldwin has served as an outside general counsel for several clients, coordinating on a broad range of national legal issues.

Baldwin's trial experience includes...